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HELL0. I NEED TO FIND OUT HOW MANY DEEP CYCLE BATTERIES THERE ARE IN A JET 1 DL 5.2i WHEELCHAIR. IF THERE IS MORE THAN 1 ARE THEY CONNECTED IN SERIES OR PARALLEL? THANK YOU. [email protected]

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Go into the Device Manager. If you have a yellow! or Red X by the wireless adapter, then right-click on it and get new driver. This should take care or it.

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The shunt needs two (2) wires coming from it to your amp meter. If the meter reads backwards polarity, reverse the shunt leads.

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it depends on the charger output voltage verses the bulb voltage

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SOURCE: Pride JET 3 Ultra power wheelchair. Problem:

check the motor brushes if they are 1/4 inch or less replace them. Next, after driving the chair for a while check the motor casing near the brake assemblies on the rear of each motor if the casing is hot then you have a sticking brake pad or pads and this can cause the excess battery drain. If you have sticking brake or brakes unfortunately the whole motor assembly will have to be changed Hope this helps

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SOURCE: 1997 Lund 1775 pro-v. has 2 deep cycle batteries, assume the both are for trolling motor. however, I can only get about 6 hours run time. are they separate or should be hooked in parallel?

to get extra run from batteries you need extra capacity which means that they have to be connected in parallel

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